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up within less than a minute. >> gave us an impression of how dangerous that was. >> new zealand won the race. and italy suffered equipment problems and broke down on the course. >> they ended up postponing the second race until this afternoon. race two and three had be held today with race four moved to tomorrow. >>> winner of the challenger series faces america's cup in september. >>> they were reminded of the dangers of the sport. the member of a swedish team was killed. british sailor andrew bart simpson was a member after getting pinned in the boat. in the wake of his death, officials instituted stricter safety rules. >>> this didn't go as perfectly planned after all. the 13 story warren hall was demolished after being everybody seismically unsafe. >> it department completely fall to the ground t will be torn down during a go month long clean up. they will honor the trucker magnate for who the building was named. they placed seismographs as part of the earthquake research. in san diego engineers are preparing for the next big one by determining what is needed to keep buildings s
can film. he lets us, saying they are just concerned citizens, defending their neighborhood from thugs and criminals. a few have guns and sticks and hide them when we try to take pictures. there check points all over cairo. one earlier today, they said they killed a suspected member of the muslim brotherhood after days of clashes. there is no vigilante justice. this man who is unemployed said his group will be out every night now. we don't hurt anyone. we protect our area. that's it, he said. cairo is splitting apart by neighborhood. some for, others against the military. order is breaking down in the biggest city in the mideast. among those arrested today, kate, was the brother of al qaeda's leader, an ally of the muslim brotherhood. >> there reports that the u.s. and allies were trying to, wo out a deal in receipt weeks to avoid the crack down we have seen in egypt. david gregory from "meet the press" joins us now. the u.s. is in a tough spot. what pressure are we seeing behind the scenes to take a harder line? >> are within the white house i talked to u.s. officials saying there was
. but we start in egypt, where just moments ago u.s. officials confirm the obama administration is considering canceling the delivery of apache helicopters to egypt this fall. they war part of a 2009 sale to help the country's military protect its borders. meanwhile, protesters are back on the streets after another day of deadly clashes. security forces and armored vehicles have lined up to guard egypt's supreme constitutional court, along with entrances to cairo's tahrir square. they're back open to traffic with a heavy military presence as the work week begins there. the news conference this morning, egypt's foreign minister vowed to continue working toward a political solution. he also suggested that they plan to review the benefits of foreign aid from the united states and other countries. and clashes, clashes came to a head yesterday, as police stormed a mosque in cairo, where protesters had been holed up since friday. ethe egyptian government says now 79 people were killed. aman mohadin are in cairo. we're hearing security forces have now started raids the homes of muslim
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